WRRC Seminar Series: Severe Sustained Drought in the Colorado Basin Revisited

photo showing lake mead with boat on cracked earth

Lake Mead, Adobe Stock




Moderator: George Frisvold
Professor & Extension Specialist, Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, UArizona
Connie Woodhouse
Regents Professor, School of Geography, Development, and Environment and Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, UArizona
Kathy Jacobs
Director, Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions, Arizona Institute for Resilient Environments and Societies; Professor, Environmental Science, UArizona
Bonnie Colby
Professor, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, UArizona
Dari Duval
Economic Impact Analyst, Department of Agricultural & Resource Economics, UArizona Cooperative Extension
Pamela Nagler
Research Physical Scientist, US Geological Survey

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1995 AWRA Publication - Severe Sustained Drought


The JAWRA Featured Collection, Severe Sustained Drought Revisited: Managing the Colorado River System in Times of Water Shortage 25 Years Later, follows up on a series published more than 25 years ago to present collaborative research studies supported by the Powell Consortium. That original special issue, Severe Sustained Drought: Managing the Colorado River System in Times of Water Shortage, and the publications that arose from it have “shaped thought and encouraged multi-disciplinary research on drought and water scarcity in the United States Southwest.” The 2022 JAWRA Featured Collection was published in two issues and highlights the work of researchers throughout the region. This WRRC webinar will feature presentations from a panel of authors who contributed papers to the Collection.